Experience a workout as never before with Dragon’s Breath by Red Dragon Nutritionals. This pre workout formula is carefully crafted with ingredients to help you unlock your true potential and to take your training to new heights. Feel the fire burning within as you push through your limits and achieve remarkable results.
Unleash scale-splitting pumps and searing focus when you add Dragons Breath to your pre-workout routine. With 200mg of caffeine anhydrous, you'll experience long-lasting energy for those hard sessions. Dial in and focus so you can keep charging all session long.
Red Dragon Nutritionals prioritise quality and effectiveness so that you can experience the best in sports supplements. The fully disclosed label lists every ingredient and dosage, so you know precisely what you have. You can be confident that you are getting only the best ingredients and nothing hidden behind property blends.
What are the benefits of Dragons Breath by Red Dragon Nutritionals?
- Scale-splitting pumps
- Searing focus
- Full disclosed formula
- No hidden blend properties
- Clinically dosed ingredients for remarkable results
- No artificial colours
- Delicious flavours
What are the key ingredients in the Dragon’s Breath by Red Dragon?
The key ingredients in the Dragon’s Breath are 3g of l-citrulline DL malate 2:1 for pump and energy, 1.6g of beta-alanine to support endurance and delay muscle fatigue and 500mg of l-tyrosine for mental performance and focus, plus the energy and mental focus combo of caffeine anhydrous, mesembrine and Alpha GPC.
What’s the difference between Dragon’s Breath and Dragon’s Breath Black?
These two formulas have been carefully crafted with clinically dosed ingredients. Dragon’s Breath now comes in a bigger 50 serves tub, while Dragon’s Breath Black is only 30 serves. Dragon’s Breath has beta-alanine in the formula, while Red Dragon’s Breath Black has no beta-alanine. Dragon’s Breath is a new, improved formula containing a combination of ingredients to support energy, focus, performance and pump.
Add one serving to 400ml of water. Consume 20 to 30 minutes prior to training. Do not exceed more than one serving per day.